environment: CentOS 5.3 (with updates to 3/8/9), webmin 1.480-1 / usermin 1.410-1 (both installed via noarch rpm)
I am a tafe teacher, and have a server that is accessible from the 'outside' only via port 80 - can not change this, corporate policy.
I have a number of students (about 30) that I have given access to the server via httpd reverse proxy (per instructions on webmin.com/apache.html) and applied same to both webmin and usermin.
under testing (i.e. just me and one or two other teachers) this worked beautifully.
now we have a double class - nearly 30 simultaneous logins to Usermin - and we have problems. Each user is receiving data back from another user's session. It appears that the reverse proxy is not keeping the sessions separated.
Is there something I can tweak (/etc/usermin/config ??) to allow the correct behaviour - i.e. multiple users logged in with each users data-stream remaining separate?
harold.woodward-clarke [at] tafensw.edu.au